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Matthew Loel T. Hepworth on Wed, September 21st 2 comments
Ever since the Macintosh was introduced in 1984, artists have embraced the platform for its many capabilities. But is the Mac going the way of the dodo? Matthew Loel T. Hepworth looks at the Macscape.

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  • Marc Smith
    Great article. We've been working with 3 i7 iMacs and one MacBook Pro for the past few years and found them great. However, since moving to 4K and editing/grading on Da Vinci Resolve I've come to realise that Apple simply don't make a machine that is tailored to what we do. So, after nearly 10 years with Apple I've hard to part with my cash to buy a Windows machine. It's being built as I comment but I'm sure it will be amazing. It really is a sad day. Apple; what are you doing?
    • 3 years ago
    • By: Marc Smith
  • SPH
    Over the summer, I too switched to a windows machine after 18 years of being a mac user. I was a Logic Pro fan, but my main gig is 3D, and not being able to have Nvudia cards in a new mac Pro was the final straw. I now use Studio One, and have been enjoying the speed of my 6-core self built workstation, for a fraction of the cost I would have paid for a Mac Pro.
    • 3 years ago
    • By: SPH
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